In all of the places I've lived in my life, I've always gone out on day trips to find unusual places, people, or objects to photograph. This usually meant taking my film cameras out for a walk, and doing some unusual multiple exposures with them. It wasn't enough to just shoot film, I wanted to shoot film differently and get some fun results. Boy, did I!
Mini Diana Noir
These were another example of multiple exposures, but on a different film. The Mini Diana Noir 35mm camera by Lomography would allow you to click the film as much or as little as you like within the film...no constraints. These were fine examples of this feature. Mr. Lincoln looked refined and well-displayed, while the chaos of the city streets looked as if they would cut you with all of their sharp lines and crosswalks. A very fun film play, indeed!
These images were 120mm 1:1 shots taken over a long period of time. This particular shot was a dinner party outside in Eden Park in Cincinnati, OH. The glowing tower is the icon of the park. It's a nestled area inside the city. Perfect for shots of this nature. Ethereal, yet firmly grounded.